A poem I wrote in Hyde Park, dreaming of Dickens:

 

The trees lovingly clap their branches

Like the withered hands of an upright heiress 

Though distressed where she waits in earnest

Upon the deceased veil of Winter’s dress

Her bosom is gleeful in expectation

Her heart ready to be caressed

And her soul, forever blessed. 

 

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